Paramount Pictures was planning to premiere the sixth installment of Transformers: The Last Knight, the sequel to Transformers: The Last Knight, on June 28, 2019, but it has been removed from the release schedule and only for that release. Was done. Spin-off, “Bumblebee”, arrives at Christmas.
As The Wrap collects, the disappearance of the premiere is official, but there are some aspects that led to the cancellation, and that the latest robot franchise, Transformers: The Last Knight, participated in the best research. The smallest collection in the story, with an initial budget of 217 million, earned $ 605 million.
In addition to the fact that Paramount CEO and Michael Bay’s saga’s father, Brad Gray, died last year, it’s not surprising that the studio chose to add a new twist to its commercial strategy.
Or, at least, take it easy before putting it back.
In addition, the franchise’s final installment payment reached a record low for the survey. This was the main premiere of last year’s calendar, with the survey raising 534 million and a market share of only 4.8%. The reason why the company’s new CEO tried to change the future of the story with a new atmosphere led to the premiere of “Bumblebee”.
“Transformers: The Last Knight” starred Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, and Josh Duhamel and directed again by Michael Bay, but in addition to its modest box office revenue, the film is a disastrous review.
Achieved 27 out of 100 metascores in 16% of rotten tomatoes. Elton John’s musical biography “Rocketman” will replace Saga’s sixth film on Paramount’s premiere list in the summer of 2019, starring actor Taron Egerton and conducted by the same director Dexter Fletcher. I will take it. From “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
A new play of research to adapt the famous Hasbro toys and apparently the last hope is the hands of “Bumblebee”, a spin-off of the “Transformers” story that focuses on how explorers tell the story. Will arrive next Christmas from One of the Autobots first encountered humans on the planet.
One of the main attractions of the project is Travis Knight, the new director of Laika Animation Studios. He has achieved several Oscar nominations in recent years, thanks to the films “The World of Coraline” and “Kubo and the Two Magic Strings”. , Made with craftsmanship stop motion technology. Hailee Steinfeld will star in a spin-off that will be screened in theaters on December 28th.
Is the ‘Transformers’ universe going to reboot? A brand
Recently, Transformers World repeated a Hasbro panel statement about the possibility of a completely new story in the “Transformers” universe after the premiere of “Bumblebee,” the first spin-off of a story directed by Michael Bay. .. The event took place during the celebration of the 2018 Toy Fair, when the aforementioned toy company declared that the Paramount team was asked to reopen the movie world of “Transformers.” Now it’s one of the brand’s managers who has declared he’s not thinking about rebooting.
Paramount has removed the sequel to “Transformers: The Last Knight” from its release schedule, but the brand’s manager denied that the studio was thinking of creating a whole new story at the toy fair: “Believe Don’t worry, you hear. ”
These statements are by heroic Hollywood, a media that points out that managers have not completely denied a reboot and that the premiere of “Bumblebee” may be waiting to talk about the project. It was repeated.
What’s new in ‘Transformers: Power of the Primes’
During the fair, a new poster for the final chapter of Machinima and Hasbro’s animated series “Transformers: First Wars Trilogy” was also screened. “Transformers: Power of the Primes” is a sequel to “Combiner Wars” and “Titans Return,” featuring voices from Ron Perlman, Mark Hamill, Wil Wheaton, and Judd Nelson.